From the Director
Dear Samaritan friends.
My hope this e-mail may find you.
Firstly I would like to thank you for your
support/Donation/Sponsorship to our children 2020. Thanks to all supporting us during Covid 19 pandemic because of decrease of donation. Even now, donation is very little especially from community.
The academic semester it will end up December 18th 2020.
Our Daughter Anna finish her first degree of law. She will join lawschool for the one year from January 2021. I would like to thanks her sponsor for making her dreams to be true. Other children’s follow her good example I hope they will do the good.
I wishing you all the best
Director/father of Village
From the Board
God has truly blessed the orphanage and medical clinic during this global pandemic.
Although we haven’t been able to hold any fund raisers this year, individuals. churches and organizations have stepped up to fill in the gap. We were able to supply the funds needed for the shortfall in education/tuition payments for all the children.
We were also able to send funds for Christmas for the staff and children. Thank you to everyone who has donated and will continue to donate to help save orphaned abandoned children in Africa!
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Construction Completed on the New Storage Building
Construction has finished on the New Storage Building. The rooms on the third floor of the new dormitory will be made available for children.
Three New Children were Just Brought to the Otpahange
Josephat just admitted a baby boy aproximately 3 months old after he was found abandoned. We are waiting for the investigation report from Police. He has been given the name George.
Four Hundred laying Chickens Arrive
In another move toward self- sufficiency, we've brought in 200 chicks who will eventually grow into laying hens. the will provide food for the children and a source of income.
A Little Girl was Returned to Family Members
A little abandoned baby was brought to the orphanage a few months ago. She was in pain and suffered from several medical issues. Once she had recovered, the police were able to locate some family members and the little girl was returned to them.
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Returning to Normal
Medical Clinic Update
Pictures from Arusha
Anna's Law School Graduation
Children Who Still Need a Sponsor